Heap corruption

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  1. Efthymios
    Efthymios avatar
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    Posted 15 Mar 2014 Link to this post

    I have some applications in the Windows Phone store. The applications have been downloaded by more than 200.000 users so far. In few of them I get error reports like 'heap corruption'. I personally asked Microsoft about that matter and they told me that such kind of error shouldn't come by managed code applications and that I should contact any third party companies that I am using components from and ask them if their .Net components are compiled by any kind of unmanaged code.
    I would really appreciate it if you let me know if your Windows Phone components are being compiled by managed c# source code and that they do not contain any kind of unmanaged code.

    Yours, sincerely

    Efthymios Kalyviotis
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    Victor avatar
    1358 posts

    Posted 19 Mar 2014 Link to this post

    Hello Efthymios,

    Thanks for writing.
    RadControls for Windows Phone does contain neither unmanaged nor unsafe code. You can verify this by browsing through the controls source code. As a customer you can download the source from our website.

    A very common library that uses native code is SQLite. If you are using it in any of your apps it might be causing this.

    Please write again if you have more questions.


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